Tag: "Doctor of Philosophy"

MEDITERRANEAN DIET EQUALS BETTER AGING

MEDITERRANEAN DIET EQUALS BETTER AGING

Middle-aged women following a healthy Mediterranean-type diet — with an emphasis on fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fish, moderate amounts of alcohol, and little red meat — have much greater odds of healthy aging later on, a new study reports.

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ANTI-WRINKLE INGREDIENT STOPS PARKINSON'S DISEASE

ANTI-WRINKLE INGREDIENT STOPS PARKINSON’S DISEASE

Kinetin, a cellular repair molecule found in antiwrinkle creams, might restore enzyme activity related to a protein called PINK1, mutations to which raise the risk for an autosomal-recessive form of early-onset Parkinson’s disease (PD), a new study suggests.

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AUTISM --  FINALLY, A CAUSE?

AUTISM — FINALLY, A CAUSE?

Pregnant women with hypothyroxinemia in early gestation have nearly a 4-fold increased risk of having a child with autism.

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WHO IS MORE IMPORTANT? A NURSE OR A DOCTOR?

WHO IS MORE IMPORTANT? A NURSE OR A DOCTOR?

Primary care physicians and nurse practitioners (NPs) disagree sharply on whether an expanded role for NPs will result in better care or lower costs.

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EATING THE "WESTERN DIET"? PREPARE TO DIE EARLY!

EATING THE “WESTERN DIET”? PREPARE TO DIE EARLY!

A diet high in fried, sweet, and processed foods is not associated with healthy aging, a large cohort study found.

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RESISTANCE TRAINING HELPS DIABETICS

RESISTANCE TRAINING HELPS DIABETICS

Improvements in body composition with progressive resistance exercise led to better glucose control and less insulin resistance among older type 2 diabetes patients, but the same phenomenon was not seen with low-resistance “sham” exercise.

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TEN PERCENT OF AMERICANS EAT FAST FOOD

TEN PERCENT OF AMERICANS EAT FAST FOOD

From 2007 to 2010, the average American adult obtained just over a tenth of his or her daily calories from restaurant fast food or pizza, according to a cross-sectional population survey.

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MEDSCAPE:   U.S. DOCS ARE "BURNING OUT"

MEDSCAPE: U.S. DOCS ARE “BURNING OUT”

  PHYSICIAN BURNOUT     US Physicians Suffer More Burnout Than Other Workers       by  Pam Harrison   December 6, 2012   From MEDSCAPE     Dr. Pinna says…   “Burnout” means dissatisfaction of  working conditions which results in behavior that reflects this unhappiness.     Such “Burnout” is more evident in U.S. doctors […]

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